De CP88/73-serie

The main differences are control, sounds, and design.

Sound: CP73/88 are newly equipped with high-grade sounds from premium concert pianos (CFX/S700/Bösendorfer 290 Imperial) and upright pianos (U1/SU7).

Control: The new interface of the main unit is divided into three sections: piano, electric piano, and sub, allowing for more intuitive operation.

Design: An aluminum body has been adopted for a more robust and slim design.

Also, a new 73-key model has been added.

The main differences are in the on-board sound sources, sounds, and effects.

Sounds: While the CP88/73 has only AWM2 sound source and mainly piano/electric piano, the YC series has three sound source systems, VCM organ sound source, FM sound source and AWM2 sound source, and has a well-balanced voice lineup with selected piano/electric piano from CP, organ and synth sounds etc.

Effects: The YC series features the newly developed VCM rotary speaker and VCM effects, which use VCM technology.

Operators: The YC series is equipped with a physical drawbar for organ playing.

The number of keys and the mechanism of the keyboard are different. Other points, for example, the button layout, system, and sound source have the same specifications.

This function allows you to register your own programmed sounds and recall them immediately at the touch of a button.

You can register one page with 8 sounds, up to 20 pages of live set on the CP73/88.

As of OS v1.5, there are 16 types of pianos, 19 types of electric pianos, 92 types of strings and other voice, and 120 live set sounds.

Approximately 3 seconds.

No. CP73/88 has USB Audio/MIDI capability onboard.

CP 73/88 has a digital output using USB Audio. This allows you to record digitally to any DAW computing device and *iOS device.

* Using a USB to Lightning adapter.

Yes. This function allow you to advanced integrate with other MIDI devices and PC.

Yes. CP73/88 has USB Audio/MIDI capability onboard and can connect Mac/PC/*iOS using USB cable.

* Using a USB to Lightning adapter.

Yes. CP73/88 supports both the MD-BT01 and UD-BT01.

No. CP73/88 has no function for play these file formats.

No. CP73/88 has no function for record directly to USB.

* By connecting the USB [TO HOST] terminal of the CP73/CP88 to a computer with a USB cable, you can record (MIDI/audio) the performance to DAW software, etc.

Press the [TUNE] button to change the tuning of the instrument itself.

CP73/88 are not equipped with speakers.

Please prepare powered monitor speakers or headphones separately.

Yes. You can use music rest "YMR-04".

Yes. You can use soft case "SC-CP73/SC-CP88".

Yes. The backup file (.X9A) can contain all the data stored in the unit, including system settings and live set sounds. A USB flash drive is required to create a backup file.

Yes. Please enable the auto power off function.

* The power may not be turned off even if the auto power off function is enabled, depending on the condition of the main unit.

Soundmondo is a sound management and sharing service that can be used with iOS apps and Google Chrome browser on Mac/PC.

Soundmondo has the following functions.

- Save the voice currently selected on the product to the app/web

- Calling a voice on the application/web to the product and switching tones

- Manage voices on the application/web by renaming, tagging, etc.

- Manage voices on the app/web by renaming, tagging, etc. - Create a set list on the app/web

- Share voices with other Soundmondo users around the world using QR codes or the app/web

If you wish to use half-damper playing techniques you need to purchase the Yamaha FC3A. It allows players to deliver nuanced performances when playing with a piano voice, very close to those performed on an acoustic piano.

Yes. You can assign almost every available parameter to a connected FC7 foot controller.

Yes. You can easily use MSB/LSB/PRG-Change commands to change Live Sets accordingly.